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Submitted by saygIn (Turkey), Feb 25, 2003 at 09:28

...please be reasonable i am turkish so a muslim but i didn't kill anyone or attempted a genocide. i am sick of this 'armenian genocide' thing... what would change if Turkish government accepts this, will those people come to life again ?

Ottomans were not just consisting of turkish people. There were about 30 nations in that country. no one can blame just turkish people. and what about the armenians invading azerbaijan's 20% and killing people there? but again i don't want to blame anyone.

i was graduated from a private high school. it really costs a lot for a standard turkish family (although i had schoolarship) and in every class there were 4 or 5 armenians and that much jewish. if i know a little mathematics this is much more than the ratio around the turkey's population... and i swear i had never seen a poor armenian or a christian in here. they live in best places, earn really good money have the same rights, maybe more, than me.

to my indian friend (i guess so) sushim mukerji Ataturk's revolution in turkey never ends actually it is growing up and the democracy and laicism will live for ever you better save it because it is the just and only example for other countries whose people are muslim, this is for global safety. Europe and US has discovered this...

And do you think you would have free india if we hadn't won the war in dardenelles against the United Kingdom? this was what inspired İndian people and showed them that poor countries can win war against imperialism or whatever you call it. ...


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